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Quinlan Winter Exhibition

Seeing is Believing: Original Artwork by; Clara Blalock, Karen Lawrence, Lisa Moore, Christel Minottoi Stokes, Jaunita Kaufman, Jan Eubanks, and Kate Pendleton.

Out of East Africa: Photo Encaustics by Dawne Raulet.

The Art of Wei: Recent Paintings by artist Wei Lonewolf.

Saving Grace: Photographs of Historical Rural Churches of Georgia: Photography by Randy Clegg, Randall Davis, Gail DesJardin, Scott Farrar, John Kirkland, Scott MacInnis, Wayne Moore and Steve Robinson.


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Georgia FENCE Project


IMG_2597  Map to FENCE

Atlanta Celebrates Photography has created a Georgia-based photographers version of the FENCE, a juried state-wide call for entries.  The outdoor exhibit features 10 notable Georgia photographers presented in a 300-foot long exhibition of outstanding photography that loosely fits the themes of home, streets, people, creatures, nature and play.

This project is made possible, in Gainesville, GA through the collaboration of Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Vision 2030 Public Arts Committee, the City of Gainesville, The Arts Council, Inc. and the Gainesville Rotary Club. Two sites to present this unprecedented Georgia FENCE project have been located within our community. This exhibition will open on September 16th and run through October 16th in two downtown Gainesville locations: the City’s construction fence at Roosevelt Square and The Arts Council’s fence on Broad Street next to the outdoor Train Museum. The exhibition is free of charge. Community collaborators hope to achieve, through public art, a drive to economic vitalization, a creation of a collective attitude towards the benefits of the arts, inspire a sense of community, beautify and shape our consciousness.

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